Coming back to photography

You see photography is one thing that I've been doing since 2007. Yes, I have taken pauses for as long as months and years but somehow I never let it die completely. I had ordered some equipment back in 2019 and couldn't use it due to a busy life and a lot of procrastination. Couple… Continue reading Coming back to photography

With Father

Little Meena explores the bazaar with her father. Shot around Jama Masjid, Delhi. 2019.

Dogs of India

These guys climbed on to the second floor of what seems to be an abandoned building. Proud and happy.

From the other side

This is a hospital window that you are seeing in the photograph. A nurse stands with her back to the window and by my guess, it looks like a shared ward. A million patients would have been in that ward and made it alive while a lot of them would have succumbed to their failing… Continue reading From the other side

The jump

A duck jumps into the Naini Lake, Nainital

Interior

Interiors of Maruti Suzuki Swift (click here for HQ version)

From Mumbai

A few photographs I took recently I am also going to upload a series of Timelapse very soon. Sit tight!

House Sparrow

My new¬†telephoto lens had been in the camera bag for a while. I was almost thinking that buying that wasn't a good decision and the investment wasn't wise. So, today when I woke up I saw that the weather was nice and the birds usually came to the balcony to eat/take the grains of rice.… Continue reading House Sparrow

Fast- Photo post

Do back seats of cars have the ability to make you think differently?¬†After clicking this photograph, I started wondering how fast life is going, we all are in a race. We are constantly moving, running and competing. The word purpose makes almost no sense to me now. That makes me wonder- What is your purpose… Continue reading Fast- Photo post

Empty Street

  Clicked in Delhi near Jama Masjid Was in Old Delhi near Jama Masjid or say near Karim as most people know it. Clicked this while I was looking for ATM which wasn't anywhere in the main bazaar where people moved on foot, scooters, motor-cycles and rickshaws. This part wasn't completely empty, there were people… Continue reading Empty Street